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Letter Rack Attr. to Charles Eustace
Cornish Arts & Crafts copper letter rack with a shaped outline, featuring on the front a local fishing lugger in full sail.
With an Art Nouveau influenced design detail along the front of the base, a circular border framing the seascape and neat hammering detail below.
The back shows an entirely hammered finish inside the border and the work is typical of that by Charles Eustace to whom this piece is attributed.
Circa 1930’s and 15.25 cm wide by 14.75 high.